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English Nature:

No Response

British Gas:

Transco – initial inspection of these plans reveal that plant maybe affected by works although the position of apparatus is approximate. Information is provided detailing measures to protect Transco apparatus.

Response: A copy of this letter has been passed onto the applicant.

Southern Electricity:

No Response

Thames Water

Sewerage – request that a condition is attached.

Surface Water – recommend an informative

Water – unaffected by this development

Response: Conditions and informatives attached as appropriate.

L.B. Hammersmith:

No objection raised.

Express concern that the level of car parking provision for the new office development is excessive and the potential impact that would have on traffic and road safety.

Consider it would be beneficial in terms of views from Old Oak Road along Armstrong Road if the east elevation for the apartments in Third Avenue presented a more symmetrical and balanced appearance.

Response: The office permission has already been implemented pursuant to the 2001 permission. The design of the elevations is considered to add interest to the street.

London Fire Brigade

Not oppose development – makes a number of detailed comments relating to guidance on access to fire appliances, fire precautionary arrangements, provision of fire hydrants and requirements (if any) relating to issue of petroleum licence for a car park.

Response: These are attached as informatives.

English Heritage

Not wish to make any representations on this occasion.

Arboriculturist

Development of these buildngs should not interfere with the trees.

The trees create a screening and enhance the landscape value of the area. There is a line of 7 lime trees to the southern boundary along the rear of Shilaker Court and 8 lime trees to the rear of the properties in Third Avenue. Ownership of the trees in Third Avenue is unclear.

Recommends TPO for the 15 lime trees bordering the site.

Tree protection fencing should be carried out to BS5837 to all trees retained on the site and should be erected prior to any site changes to ensure root and canopy protection to the trees

Scaffolding if required can be located outside any protection zone or accommodated with protective ground covering as set out in BS5837

General conditions should apply to site and trees.

Response: A TPO has now been served. Conditions and informatives are recommended to ensure the adequate protection of the trees.

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